Your camera’s light meter usually does a good job of assessing brightness and recommending sensible exposure settings, but there are some times when it will get it wrong. Understanding when this is likely to happen will help you get perfect exposures in all lighting conditions every time. Here are seven situations when you need to take care.
There are some great photographs to be made outdoors at this time of year, but the cold weather can take its toll on you and your kit. Use our six tips to get the best from your gear this winter.
If you’ve always admired landscape images with blurred streaks of cloud in the sky or seascapes with billowing, soft water, but never had a go at producing one yourself, now is the time to give it a try. It can add a real sense of drama to a landscape shot and help make a seascape [...]
Many photographers take their camera’s autofocus (AF) system for granted because it’s very effective in so many situations. However, it’s worth getting to know it a little to help deal with those occasions when it doesn’t do exactly what you want. If nothing else, at least understand what the problem is.